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Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 5, Page 95. Includes: newscuttings of notices and articles published in the Evening Post; and a copy of a Red Cross message from Bernard John Jackson to Helen M Sinnatt [Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson] of 40 La Motte Street.
August 3rd 1943 - March 4th 1944
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Includes newscuttings of: an article regarding a prizegiving ceremony at the Education Office for teachers and pupils relating to the teaching of German; a summation of a letter received from Linsday Barrington Jupp, an internee at W [Wurzach] internment camp detailing life in the camp; a conversation published in The Man in the Street column concerning concentration; and a notice by the Food Control Office concerning the availability of jam, cheese and macaroni on ration. Red Cross message refers to Tim [Douglas Lipscombe Sinnatt], Mickie [Maureen Margaret Sinnatt], Kenneth [Kenneth Britton] and Betty Knott.
Bennett, Herbert Frederick
15, Halkett Place | Wurzach | cheese | Education | German | Internees | internment camps | jam | macaroni | newscuttings | Newspapers | notices | Occupation | presentations | prizegivings | propaganda | Rationing | scrapbooks | Second World War | teaching
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Closed for preservation - please see digital copy